Temple work (Latter Day Saint doctrine)
Found in 21 Collections and/or Records:
Photocopies of typewritten biographies of Henry Bailey Jacobs and Zina Diantha Huntington Young, along with photocopies of typed and handwritten letters. The items, which relate to family matters and marriage relationships, include a letter from the LDS Historical Department regarding the marriages of Zina to Joseph Smith and Brigham Young, and a letter from the U.S. Customs Court in New York denying the existence of any records relating to a divorce between Henry and Zina.
General autobiography of Richard Britton, tells of his journey from England to Utah in the mid-1850s. Also various temple records.
Printed copy of a pamphlet (18 pages) entitled "The Dimmed Vision," published by Deseret Book. The date of publication is uncertain. The item is a short story relating to Mormons marrying in a Mormon temple.
Contains the family temple work book for the Winslow Farr family, information of the descendants of Winslow Farr, and three patriarchal blessings for members of the Farr family. The dates range from 1885-1905.
Contains Ray Hanchett's life history and mission journal, dated 1918 to 1991. The life history discusses Ray's family, college years, mission, Navy service, marriage, and service in church callings, including bishop, temple worker, and patriarch for the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints. It includes photographs, ticket stubs, postcards, copies of a yearbook, and other documents. The mission journal details Ray's service in the North Central States Mission from 1938 to 1940.
Contains 62 slides and 75 photographs used for the BYU Genealogical Library tour from the lates 1970s through the late 1990s. Many of the images are of the inside of the library and explain procedures, while others are of people who worked in the library. There are also a few photographs of the BYU campus and the Utah Valley Branch Genealogical Library and three 35 mm black and white negatives of the Harold B. Lee Library.
Photocopies of three letters addressed to Gil Hodges and signed by Harold B. Lee and David O. McKay, presidents of the Mormon Church. The letters concern the sealing of women to their husbands and the ligitimacy of the use of birth control.